This is a Paula Deen recipe which has become a favorite in our house. It is a hearty, comfort-food type of meal. The white sauce and potatoes are absolutely delicious. It takes a bit of time to prepare but the results are well worth it! I also like to serve this with a steamed vegetable and/or salad. Enjoy!
Recipe from package of pork chops.Prep time does not include marinating time. You can alternately use dried chipotle, just rehydrate in hot water for about 15 mins and then chop.
I actually like this better as a marinade for pork tenderloin.
This is JUST gorgeous! A domestic take on the classic Italian marketplace or street food, Porchetta, which is actually roast suckling pig. Porchetta is thickly sliced and served in ciabatta bread as a delectable hot sandwich throughout Italy. My recipe is a much-adapted recipe taken from one of Nigella Lawson's cookbooks, and it is SO easy to make at home. I cook mine in the crock-pot for meltingly soft and tender pulled pork - however, I have also given traditional roasting directions in this recipe. Preparation time includes the 24 hour period required for the pork to marinade in its herbed and spiced rub.
Plan ahead the pork needs to marinade for a minimum of 8-24 hours, if you are using wooden skewers soak them in water for at least 30 minutes before threading the meat on and grilling. I like to thread on large cherry tomatoes also --- this great served with recipe #105726 :)
I thought it was time to revisit on old-fashioned cooking method: Pan Frying. Is it time to bring it back? Go into any of the wonderful family-style restaurants in the South and order a pan-fried pork chop, and you are served a thing of beauty. For some reason, this no-fuss, easy method has fallen out of favor with home cooks (maybe because most recipes are so vague..."Season pork chop, cook in frying oil until done".) Follow my instructions and you will yield a beautifully browned, moist chop...serve with Macaroni & Cheese and some greens, and you will have a fast, old-fashioned weeknight supper.:)
I had fun playing in the kitchen last night, and I think I've come up with a real winner! It was VERY juicy, tender, slightly sweet and flavorful! And so easy to make! Hope you enjoy it as much as we did! *You can also use a small pork loin roast, also. **Don't be fooled by my lengthy directions, this is easy-peasy. I always just try to keep in mind that there are newbie cooks and try to help by describing everything I can to help.
I am not a big fan of pork. However, my husband and children love pork chops. I came up with this recipe after I got tired of frying them in oil. I like to serve this on a bed of buttered pasta, with a nice mixed salad on the side.Enjoy!
This was first made for me by an older family friend. he says this is an old italian recipe. i don't know if it is or not, but everyone always likes it.
i usually serve with crusty bread, although some people i've made this for like rice or pasta with it. that is too much starch for me, i know this recipe is not very healthy, but i still occasionally make it because family really likes it.